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SFB suspends bylaws, funds Bill Nye’s visit to the College

The Student Finance Board (SFB) funded six organizations for a total of $102,730.63 at its last meeting of the fall semester, which took place on Dec. 4 in the Brower Student Center Room 104.

SFB fully funds AAA retreat, Lion’s Eye Magazine

The Student Finance Board fully funded five organizations and tabled one other during its meeting on April 17.

SFB funds Asian American Association

Eight organizations were fully funded and two were partially funded at the Student Finance Board meeting on March 13 at 12:30 p.m.

SFB elects new representative

The Student Finance Board fully funded two clubs and elected a new member on Nov. 28.

SFB zero funds HackTCNJ

One organization was zero funded and two organizations were fully funded at the Student Finance Board Meeting on Nov. 7.

SFB partially funds Homecoming Spirit Week activities

Student Government’s Homecoming Spirit Week was partially funded during the Student Finance Board Meeting on Oct. 3.

SFB partially funds annual celebrity drag show

Seven events received funding at this week’s Student Finance Board meeting on Sept. 19.

SFB funds multiple events through conference call

Seven events were funded and two events were tabled at this week’s Student Finance Board meeting held over a conference call on March 21.

SFB funds several events at weekly meeting

Six events were funded, one event was tabled and one event was denied funding at this week’s Student Finance Board Meeting on Feb. 7.

SFB funds ACT’s production of ‘Medea’

At the first Student Finance Board meeting of the spring semester on Wednesday Jan. 24, All College Theatre was fully funded for its production of “Medea,” and the College Union Board’s request for the funding of an outdoor concert at Funival was tabled.

Legislation to invest $100 million in local news to be discussed in Education Building forum

A forum to discuss a bill that could help offset the decline of New Jersey’s local news media will take place in Education Building Room 212 on Thursday, Dec. 7.

Activities funding facing major cuts

During the Spring 2016 semester, the College’s Vice President for Student Affairs Amy Hecht proposed to remove up to 15 percent, or about $240,000, of the SAF budget every year to hire new staff during both this semester and the next fiscal year.

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